VIDEO footage has emerged of delighted Celtic fans celebrating the club's nine-in-a-row win near Neil Lennon's parents Lurgan home. 

The clip posted on Twitter shows cars driving by a row of houses beeping their horns and waving Celtic flags.

It is claimed the residential spot is where the Hoops manager's parents live.

Lennon, 48, grew up in the Northern Irish town before leading Celtic to their latest league victory. 

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We reported yesterday how celebrated the win - in a socially distance manner.

The Hoops gaffer posed for pictures of himself with the trophy in an unknown woodland location.

His celebration comes after the Scottish Professional Football League held a board meeting on Monday and announced the decision to end the season early.

On Friday the 12 top-flight clubs had agreed that the campaign could not be completed.

A points per game average has been used to determine final placings, leaving Celtic's stranglehold on the trophy intact. When the coronaviruspandemic halted the competition on March 13 they had a 13-point lead over rivals Rangers having played one more match.

Both Old Firm teams have a streak of nine titles in their past - Celtic from 1966 to 1974 and the Gersbetween 1989 and 1997- leaving Lennon in pursuit of the perfect 10.